Christina Dunbar on the YKAL podcast again. I am so happy to bring her back on the podcast, because she just oozes creativity and has really dedicated her life to healing from a creative place. You can hear our first conversation about using the power of voice, here. Christina is a performing artist, poet, producer and mentor to creative women. She is also the playwright and star of Dirty Me Divine; a one-woman show about sexuality and soul, directed by husband Chaim Dunbar.
In today’s episode Christina and I explore owning your feminine sexual energy, as well as, learning how to heal shame through creative expression. Plus, we answer the question, can you truly be shameless? Before I began my conversation with Christina, in the intro of this episode, I do my own work by sharing my own experience with surrendering and making room for success of my latest book, How To Stop Feeling Like Shit.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- Why is it important to own and trust your sexual energy (12 minutes and 47 seconds)
- The wounded female artist, defining an artist and dealing with art scars (15:20)
- Healing shame through art, storytelling and creative expression (23:17)
- How to flex the muscle of the healing our inner artist (33:36)
- Christina’s surprising revelations in herself and her in work (44:43)
- Can we really be truly shameless? (47:22)
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Christina Dunbar is a performing artist, poet, producer and mentor to creative women. She is the playwright and star of Dirty Me Divine; a one-woman show about sexuality and soul, directed by husband Chaim Dunbar. Christina is also creator of She Takes The Stage, where women find their voice through writing and performing personal stories for the stage and performing them LIVE. As a mentor, Christina works with artists and creatives in developing their projects, solo shows, and creative ideas and making them real.